Round up: Power cut in Panama, Muskerry's marathon man
 Niall Turner hits balls alongside world No 1 Jordan Spieth at Sentosa on Saturday

Niall Turner hits balls alongside world No 1 Jordan Spieth at Sentosa on Saturday

Asian Tour — Muskerry's Niall Turner was exhausted after playing 34 holes but pleased with be just one over par with a round to go in the weather-delayed SMBC Singapore Open.

The Cork player completed a second round, one over 72 early in the morning at Sentosa Golf Club's Serapong Course and then added another in the afternoon to end the day tied for 44th on one over par.

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China’s Liang Wen-chong also battled fatigue but carded a four-under 67 to snatch the clubhouse lead before the third round was suspended due to darkness.

Liang played 31 holes on Saturday after inclement weather during the first two rounds had led to lengthy delays at the US$1 million event which is sanctioned by the Asian Tour and Japan Golf Tour Organisation (JGTO).

Second round leader Younghan Song of Korea mixed two birdies against two bogey to be on nine-under through 13 holes while world number Jordan Spieth remained in contention at six-under with two holes left to play.

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A total of 15 players will return at 7.30am to complete their third round with the final round scheduled to commence at 8.20am with no re-draw.

Liang, the 2007 Asian Tour Order of Merit champion, returned early in the morning to complete 13 holes from his second round where he signed for a flawless 67.

European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke missed the cut by three strokes after rounds of 74 and 72.

Power cut in Panama

Web.com Tour — Seamus Power missed the cut in Panama in his first outing of the season on the Web.com Tour.
The 28-year old West Waterford man followed an opening, three over 73 in the Panama Claro Championship with a 74 to miss the cut by five strokes at Panama Golf Club in Panama City.
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